Welcome to the WWII Memorial Veterans Database
The WWII Memorial was errected in honor of the 5,665 veterans who served from Gloucester during WWII. Citizens of Gloucester served and fought in every battle that our Army and Navy participated in. Men from Gloucester, were in Pearl Harbor, fought in Africa, Europe, Asia and in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Some were killed, some wounded, and a few were held prisoners of war by the enemy.
Names of veterans are listed below in alphabetical order by last name.
Those veterans who have been honored with a brick at this memorial will have the row number and section noted alongside of their names. Please reference this template to find the appropriate section.
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There are a number of long-time Gloucester residents who served in WWII but were not drafted out of Gloucester. We honor them as well.
Of the 5,660 men and women who served our country in WWII, 119 of them lost their lives to this conflict. We honor and thank them for their efforts.
If you know of a WWII Veteran who is not yet listed, please bring a copy of their discharge papers and a copy of them in their WWII Uniform to the Veterans Office on Emerson Avenue in Gloucester.